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91, Toronto, Ont.-Percy Smith, age 23 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Brampton, (nt. Fred L. Blevins, age 25 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Liverpool, Eng. Stewart Cowar, age 20 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Chesley, Ont. Bert Baker, age 21 years; at trade six vears; learned trade in Toronto. I. L. Sweeney, age 20 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Kemptville, Ont.; has worked in Ottawa, Ont. Lionel Middlestadt, age 20 years; at trade five years; learned trade in London, Eng.; has worked in Berlin, Ont. George L. Moore, age 36 years; at trade thirteen years; learned trade in Belleville, Ont. Alex. Kirkwood, age 21 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Toronto. Robert J. Gray, age 20 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Toronto. Emma Nathanson, age 22 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Rochester, N. Y.; was a member of Rochester L'rion, but allowed membership to lapse.

95, Helena, Mont.- Mrs. Mary E. L. Wilson, formerly Mrs. Adams, age 27 years; at trade seven Fears; learned trade in Industrial School, Boston, Vass; has worked in Spokane, Wash. F. J. Deltjen, age 35 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Fargo, N. D.; formerly member of No. 95;

was expelled by Spokane Union for non-payment of dues.

102, Ottawa, Ont., Can.—Thomas W. Vernon, age 30 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Montreal; never before applied for admission to any union.

104, Birmingham, Ala.-C. H. Pearce, age 24 years; at trade seven years; has worked in Dublin and Brownwood, Texas, and Selma and Montgom. ery, Ala.; at one time made application to Fort Worth (Texas) Union, but left before application was acted upon.

124, Bloomington, 111.-George Cast, age 32 Years; at trade ten years; has worked at Kanka. kee and Watseka, ill. C. E. Johnson, age 41 years; at trade seventeen years; has worked at Fairbury and Morrison, Ill.

130, Halifax, N. S.-M. J. Burnett, at trade ten years; formerly worked in Prince Edward Island (unorganized). H. Artz, at trade about fifteen years; worked in unorganized towns before coming to Halifax.

138. Austin, Texas-P. H. Charnquist, age 25 years; learned trade in Hutto, Texas; now workinz in Georgetown, Texas. Harry Charnquist, age

years; learned trade in Hutto, Texas; now employed in Georgetown, Texas.

148, Wichita, Kan.-Roy Hodgson, at trade four years; learned trade in Wichita, Carl O. Hedrick, at trade six years; learned trade in Ashland, Kan.; has never worked in an organized town.

140. Saratoga Springs, N. Y-Edward C. Seathe, age 43 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in office of George B. King, Boston, Mass.: has also worked in offices of 0. A. Green and E. H. Sisk, Troy, N. Y.; took card from Troy January 8, 1907, but allowed same to lapse.

150, Elizabeth, N. J.-Alex. B. Brokaw, age 60 years; learned trade in Elizabeth, N. J.; took traveling card from Elizabeth Union in December, 1991. and allowed same to expire; has not worked at the trade in this or any other city or town since that date. 155. Shreveport, La.-A. II. Faust,

age 31 years; has worked in Springfield, Ponchatoula and Springville, La.; formerly a member of Baton Rouge Union, but allowed card to lapse.

165. Worcester, Mass.-William W. Pratt, age 47 years; at trade thirty-one years; in business for himself twenty

formerly member of Syracuse and Buffalo (N. Y.) Unions.

172, San Antonio, Texas-L. N. Cooke, age 22 years; now working in Eagle Pass.

175. Pueblo, Colo.-R. B. Frazier; learned trade at Milan, Mo.; has also worked at Trenton and Kansas City, Mo., formerly member of Kansas City Union, but left that city and allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns.

180, Sioux City, Iowa-Nate G. Miller, age 36 years; at trade fifteen years in Essex, Iowa; has never worked in a union town. B. E. Lloyd, age 38 years; at trade twenty years in Spencer, Iowa; has never worked in an organized town, Allen M. Smith, age 29 years; formerly a member of No. 180; now employed in Akron, Iowa.

188, Waco, Texas-Hugh Jones, age 21 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Temple, Texas; now working in that place. W. F. Bil. lingslea, age 21 years; at trade five years; learned. trade in Elgin, Texas; has also worked in Bryan, Texas.

192, Cedar Rapids, Iowa-F. P. Hastings, at trade eight and one-half years in Fergus Falls and Breckenridge, Minn.

193, Spokane, Wash.-W. B. Kenny, for apprentice membership; has never worked in an organized town. E. P. Murphy, age 35 years; at trade twenty-one years; learned trade in Strathroy, Can.; has also worked in Emo, Ont., Kenora and Winnipeg. II. J. Cave, age 24 years; at trade seventeen years; learned trade in Beaverton, Ont.; has also worked in Methodist Book Concern, Toronto, Ont.; formerly a member of Toronto Union, but allowed card to lapse when in business in Beaverton. G. W. Pitcher, age 34 years; at trade nineteen years; learned trade in Fairfield, Ill.; now working in Moscow; also worked in Colfax; was a member of Wallace Union, but allowed card to lapse in 1905. 202, Seattle, Wash.-R. C. Thurston, age

19 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Blackfoot, Idaho. E. J. Brabyn, age 32 years; at trade nineteen years; learned trade in London; was member of International Typographical Union, but allowed card to lapse while working in Banff, Alberta, Can. Claude Syler, age 23 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Vandalía, Mo.; never worked in union town before.

209, Lincoln, Neb.--Dan McLaughlin, age 19 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Birmingham, Ala.; has also worked in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Selma, Ala.; never before applied for membership. 210, Salem, Ore.-W. B. Atkinson,

age 39 years; at trade twenty years; has always worked in unorganized towns.

211, Oshkosh, Wis.-Julian W. West, monotype machine tender, age 45 years.

212, Pawtucket, R. 1.-F. W. Kling. age 41 years; learned trade in Attleboro, Mass.; has never been a member of any union.

226, Vancouver, B. C.--Thomas Moore, age 63 years; at trade forty-eight years; learned trade in Cambridge, Eng.; at present working in Vancouver, B. C. Arthur S. Goard, age 31

years; at trade six years; learned trade in Bowmansville and Toronto, Ont.; now working in Vancouver, B. C. A. C. Hamilton, age 24 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in London, Eng.; has also worked in Dublin, Ireland. George D. McLean, age 27 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Winghame; worked in Virden and Brandon, Man.; held card from headquarters, but allowed

to lapse while working in Brandon, an unorganized town.

229. Crawfordsville. Ind.-Nelson C. Euler, at trade fourteen years; always worked in unorganized towns.

241, Twin Falls, Idaho--(. E. Hand, age 25 years; learned trade at Moscow, Idaho; worked at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and Walla Walla, Wash.

249, Fort Smith, Ark.-Lon Thomas, age years; at trade seven years: learned trade in Oscoda, Mich.; has also worked in Fort Smith, Ark., and Okmulgee, Okla.

263, Asheville. N. C.-W. C. Burt, age 43 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Bridge. port, Ala.; has also worked in Scottsboro, Ala.

264, Sheridan, Wyo.-William A. Stager, age 22 years; at trade six ycars; learned trade in Greene,

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281, Marlboro-Hudson, Mass.--Albert L. Jan. dron, age 21 years; at trade six years; learned trade and at present employed in Hudson, Mass.

283, Oklahoma City, Okla.-E. W. Clark, age 22 years; at trade six years; learned trade at Fillman, Mo.; has also worked in Union Star and Elmo, Mo., and Sulphur, Okla.; never before applied for membership. Evan McMaster, age 38 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Chicago; formerly a member of Oklahoma City Union, but allowed card to lapse while in business for himself.

299, Tampa, Fla.-Z. D. Garrett, formerly a member of Vicksburg Union. Manuel Gil, age 37 years; at trade seventeen years; learned trade in Havana and Santiago, Cuba; now working in Tampa.

304, Albuquerque, N. M.-Robert Gill, age 27 years; learned trade at Hamburg, Ark.; formerly a member of Beaumont (Texas) Union No. 339; allowed card to lapse two and one-half years ago while proving up a claim in eastern New Mexico, during which time he never worked in an organized town.

305, Newburgh, N. Y.-Frederick J. Brabston, age 22 years; learned trade in Marshfield, Wis., worked in Winchendon, Springfield, Mass., and Brattleboro, V't.; also worked in small country shops as journeyman.

338, Charlotte, N. C.-C. E. Musser, jr., age 37 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Atlantic City; has also worked in Altoona, Pa., and Burlington, N. J.; now employed in Charlotte; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse. D. A. Coble, age 52 years; at trade thirty years; learned trade in Greensboro, N. C.; has also worked in Philadelphia, Pa., Raleigh, N. C., and Richmond, Va.; now working in Charlotte; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse. E. W. Pierce, age 34 years; at trade sixteen years; learned trade at New Smyrna, Fla.; has also worked in New York city and Jersey City; formerly a member, but allowed card to lapse. W. B. Stewart, age 22 years; at trade six years; learned trade at Laurinburg, N. C.; has also worked at Fayetteville, N. C., and Savannah, Ga.; never before applied for membership.

363, Jackson, Miss.-J. H. May, age 24 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Brandon, Miss., where he is at present employed; never before applied for membership.

364, Coshocton, Ohio-- Margaret Kerr-Hoster. man, age 35 years; proofreader for four years, learning same at Pittsburg, Pa.; has also worked in Philadelphia, Pa., and Baltimore, Md.; never before applied for membership.

367, Globe, Ariz. ---Zeno C. Kimball, age 36 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Westfield, Pa.; worked in Houghton and Ontonogon, Mich.; now working in Globe.

372, Clarksburg, W. Va.-C. M. Ward, age 29 years; at trade seventeen years; learned trade at Caldwell, Ohio.

380, Augusta, Me.- Mrs. Emily W. Callaghan, age 34 years; at trade fifteen years. Frank S. H. Callaghan, age 31 years; at trade fourteen years.

396, Canandaigua, N. Y.-J. A. Fremouw, age 29 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Newark, N. Y. G. II. Kearn, age 40 years; at trade twenty-three years; learned trade in Chicago, Ill. ; has worked in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio, and Penn Yan, N. Y.

399, Plainfield, N. J.-James B. Hulse, age 26 years; learned trade in Freehold, N. J.; worked in Long Branch; formerly a member of Long Branch L'nion.

409, Lorain, Ohio-F. B. Nichols, age 20 years; at trade five years; learned trade in Lorain; worked short time in Fort Wayne, Ind., and Chicago, Ill.; never before made application for mem.

bership. Jacob C. Licht, age 24 years; at trade

years; learned trade in Cleveland, Ohio; never before made application for membership.

410, Everett, Wash.-W. B. Russell, age 40 years; at trade thirty years; formerly a member of Everett Union, but allowed card to lapse while working at other business.

414, Marshalltown, Iowa-George C. Fisher, age 24 years; at trade ten years; learned trade in Alden, Minn.; never before made application.

417, Fort William, Ont., Can.-Harold Stanworts, age 22 years; at trade nine and one-half years; learned trade in England.

427, Vicksburg, Miss.-Fox M. Grissette, age 29 years; at trade eleven years; learned trade in Troy, Ala.; now working in Vicksburg, Miss.; worked in Union Springs and Opelika; had honorary withdrawal card from Opelika, Ala.

434, Trinidad, Colo.-R. C. Roberts, at trade five years; learned trade in Springfield, Ky.; at present employed in Trinidad.

472, Palestine, Texas-W. C. Hardy, formerly held card, but allowed membership to lapse while working in an unorganized town.

487, Middletown, Ohio-Edward Hoebel, age_21 years; at trade four years; learned trade in En. quirer jobroom, Cincinnati, Ohio.

516, Norwalk, Ohio--C. P. Graham, age 32 years; at trade fifteen years; learned trade at Richwood, Ohio; has worked in Akron; now work. ing in Norwalk; at one time a member of Chicago Union No. 16, but was suspended for non-pay. ment of dues.

517, Buffalo (Polish)— Viktor Jan Skulirz, age 22 years; at trade two years. Walter K. Missall, age 31 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Buffalo; now working in Buffalo. J. F. Mikala: jezak, age 20 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Buffalo; now employed in Buffalo. Martin J. Brzykcy, age 37 years;

at trade twenty years; learned trade in Buffalo; now working in Buffalo. Charles J. Urban, age 31 years; at trade fourteen years; learned trade in Pittsburg; has also worked in Chicago and Buffalo.

Jolin L. Goral, age 24 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Buffalo. Gust. Piotrowski, age 27 years; at trade three years as linotype operator in Buf. falo. Michael Slisz, age 23 years; at trade four years as linotype operator; now employed in Buffalo.

518, Marion, Ill.—Herbert Harriss, age 19 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Carterville, Ill.

541, Vernon, B. C., Can.-William Moors, age 24 years; at trade eight years; learned trade in Arnprior, Ont.; worked in Pembroke and Renfrew, Ont., and Golden, B. C.; formerly member of Winnipeg and Ottawa Unions, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns.

559, Medford-Ashland, Ore.-A. E. Powell, age 34 years; at trade seventeen years; learned trade in Little Falls, Minn.; has also worked in Deadwood, Bellefourche and Madison, S. D.; at present working in Medford, Ore. J. II. Heckner, age 35 years; at trade eighteen years; learned trade in Portland, Ore.; was charter member of Aberdeen Union and a member of Seattle Union for about four years; allowed Seattle card to lapse while not working at the business; now working in Medford, Ore. Ferd Mellinger, age 25 years; at trade nine years; learned trade in Gravity, Iowa; has also worked in Samida, Diagonal and Clearfield, Iowa; at present employed in Ashland, Ore.

561, Huron, S. D.-Dave Rosecrans, age, years; has worked on Lanston caster for three years; has been in the employ of the Lanston Monotype Machine Company.

565, McAlester, Okla.–J. T. Anderson, age 25 years: at trade sixteen years; has worked in Greenville and Denison, Texas, Little Rock, Ark., and Hartshorne, Okla.; formerly held press. man's card, but allowed same to lapse.

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34 years; at trade thirteen years; learned trade in Sedan, Kan.; worked in Čaney and Pleasanton; joined Coffeyville Union in 1907, but allowed card to lapse while working in unorganized towns.

580, Burlington, Vt.-William N. Hudson, age 23 years; at trade four years; learned trade in Burlington.

586, Greeley, Colo.-Charles L. Kellow, age 22 years; at trade seven years; learned trade in Liskeard, Eng.; has also worked in St. Neots, Eng., and Greeley, Colo.

587, Guthrie, Okla.-Otis L. Hamm, age years; at trade five years; learned trade in St. Paul, Neb.; worked in Newkirk, Okla.; working in Perry, Okla.

588, St. Augustine, Fla.--J. B. Killigrew, age 34 years; at trade eighteen years; formerly a member of Washington (D. C.) Union, but allowed card to lapse while not working at the trade; has also worked in Columbia, S. C., and other South Carolina towns.

604, Edmonton, Alberta, Can.-Roy Gilmore, age 19 years; at trade five and one-half years; has worked in Innispail and Stettler, Alberta. J. P. Lepranchise, age 36 years; at trade eighteen years: learned trade in Montreal; has also worked in Prince Albert, Sask.

613, Enid, Okla.-Edwin W. James, age 28 years; at trade seven years; learned trade at We. ieetka, Okla.; never before made application.

614, North Yakima, Wash.-Clarence W. Lig. gett, age 21 years; served five years' apprenticeship in Republican and Democrat offices in North Yakima, Wash.

627, Moose Jaw, Sask.. Can.-Marshall McClure; learned trade in Gillette, Colo.; has worked in Minot, N. D., Cripple Creek, Colo., and Willis. ton, N. D.; was charter meinber of Minot (N. D.) Union, but allowed his card to fall in arrears when he left that town.

633, Lawton, Okla.-George Layman, age 26 years; at trade twelve years; learned trade in Conway, Mo.; worked in Springfield; now working in Lawton.

654, El Reno, Okla.-S. V. Barnum, age 57 years: at trade forty years; learned trade at Paola, Kan.; now working in Kingfisher, Okla.; formerly a member of Atchison (Kan.) Union; last card held was issued by Guthrie (Okla.) Union; lost same and failed to notify secretary. Walter R. Willard, age 49 years; at trade thirtyfive years; formerly held card, but allowed same to lapse while working in unorganized town; made application in McAlester, but left before action could be taken.

659, Madisonville, Ky.-G. Frank V. Baker, age 21 years; learned trade at Madisonville; has also worked at Sanford and Tampa, Fla.; never before applied for membership.

665, Rhyolite, Nev.-E. S. Drury, age 37 years; at trade twenty-five years; learned trade in Mar. cellus, Iowa; worked in Lawton, Mich., and Skidoo, Cal.

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joined Albany Union in 1880; has been a continuous member of that local for twenty-nine years.

6, New York, N. Y. Ladley, James--Age 68 years; originally joined New York Union in 1865; has been a continuous member of that local for forty-four years.

Rothwell, Emanuel-Age 64 years; originally joined New York Union in 1889; has been a con. tinuous member of New York and Brooklyn Unions for twenty years.

13, Boston, Mass. O'Connor, Thomas--Age 71 years; originally joined Boston Union in 1860; has also been affili. ated with New York Union; has been a continuous member of Boston Union for twenty-five years and of the organization for forty-eight years.

16, Chicago, Ill. Cromlish, Thomas-Age 76 years; originally joined Chicago Union in 1862; has been a continuous member of that local for forty-seven years.

Gray, Nap. B.--Age 62 years; originally joined Chicago Union in 1868; took an honorable withdrawal card October 31, 1886; deposited same with No. 16 January 14, 1889; has since been a continuous member of that local.

33, Providence, R. I. Rose, Edward B.-Age 67 years; originally joined Providence Union in 1862; has been a con. tinuous member of that local for twenty-three years.

61, Cambridge, Mass. Ryan, John G.-Age 73 years; originally joined Boston Union in 1857; has also been affiliated with Cambridge Union: has been continuous member of the organization for over twenty years.

94, Jersey City, N. J. Nelson, George F.-Age 74 years; originally joined Milwaukee Union in 1857; has been affilia ated with unions in Boston, Newark and Jersey City; has been a continuous member of the organization for twenty-five years.

102, Ottawa, Ont., Can. Fraser. William McA.--Age 62 years; originally joined New York Union in 1871; has been a member of Ottawa Union for thirty years; has been a continuous member of the organization for thirty. eight years.

118, Springfield, Ohio. West, James T.-Age 60 years; originally joined Springfield Union in 1868; has been a continuous member of that local for twenty years.

245, Woonsocket, R. I. Kelly, Francis E.-Age 69 years; originally joined Providence Union in 1857 as charter member; has been a continuous member of Woonsocket Union for twenty-one years.

256, Great Falls, Mont. Zimmerman, Andrew J.-Age 64 years; origi. nally joined Philadelphia Union in 1868 or 1869; has also been affiliated with unions in Chicago. Memphis, Spokane, Butte, Anaconda, Denver and Great Falls; has been a continuous member of the organization for about forty years.

299, Tampa, Fla. Gibbons, David-Age 77 years; originally joined Louisville Union in 1852; expelled by that local in 1888; readmitted by Tampa Union in 1892; has since that time been a continuous member.

PENSION APPLICATIONS. [Objections to the granting of the old age pen. sion to the following petitioners must be filed with Secretary-Treasurer Hays within thirty days. ]

3, Cincinnati, Ohio. McKnight, James F.-Age 61 years; originally joined Cincinnati Union in 1868 or 1869; has been a continuous member of that local and Frankfort (Ky.) Union for forty years.

4, Albany, N. Y. Davies, John William-Age 60 years; originally joined Scranton (Pa.) Union in 1871; has been a continuous member of Albany Union for twenty. four years.

Dempsey, James F.-Age 60 years; originally

None but the contemptible are apprehensive of contempt.- Rochfoucauld.

What a dust do I raise, said the fly on the chariot wheel.-- Æsop.

PENSION APPLICATIONS APPROVED SINCE

LAST REPORT. The following is a list of members whose applications for the old age pension have been ap. proved by the executive council since last report:

3, Cincinnati, Ohio. Thomas Coughlin.

4, Albany, N. Y. Henry McBride.

6. New York, N. Y. Hugh F. X. McCaveny, Thomas O'Keeffe, Joseph L. Stearns.

7, Pittsburg, Pa. Samuel L. Moffitt.

8, St. Louis, Mo. Charles C. Owen.

10, Louisville, Ky. Zaccheus L. Wallis.

13, Boston, Mass. Roland M. Barnard, John S. Mitchell.

49, Denver, Colo. James W. Markell.

53, Cleveland, Ohio. Frank H. Blakely.

172, San Antonio, Texas. Justin J. Johnson.

231, San Jose, Cal. Henry P. Mackenna.

PENSION APPLICATION DISAPPROVED

SINCE LAST REPORT. The following pension application has been disapproved by the executive council since last report. The reason for the disapproval of the petition is given.

3, Cincinnati, Ohio. Louis Drach-Insufficient membership.

president, R. S. Dennington; recorder, W. S. Wardlaw; secretary-treasurer, W. H. Grant; arbi. trator, Ed L. Sution; sergeant-at-arms, Walter M. Fudge; finance and auditing coinmittee, L. H. Still, T. E. Hollis and G. P. Vautrot; delegates to allied printing trades council, W. G. Gredig. W. J. Stoy and R. T. Peavy; delegates to federation of trades, Jerome Jones, W. L. Haygood, J. J. Hobby, Wade P. Harding and G. P. Vautrot.

Aurora, 111.-- President, G. N. Dietrich; vicepresident, Charles Berthold; secretary-treasurer, John Gummerman; sergeant-at-arms, Alvin Easterburg; executive board, Newton Weaver, Nicholas Lang, jr., Harvey Rogers.

Bellingham, Wash.-President, R. C. Galbraith; vice-president, tie between Harry Hubbard and Frank Hurd; secretary, E. C. Jones; treasurer, Al Sebring; sergeant-at-arms, Carl Geschike; executive committee, W. L. Clark and II. C. Borchardt; delegates to central labor council, Leroy Sinipson, Fred Hudson and H. C. Borchardt; delegate to International Typographical Union convention, R. C. Galbraith.

Birmingham, Ala.-President, Henry C. West; vice-president, C. F. Weigandt; secretary, T. S. Nock; financial secretary, W. M. Peterson; sergeant-at-arms, Charles Pollard.

Buffalo, N. Y.-President, C. E. Kinskey; vicepresident, George T. Harty; financial secretary, William J. McLaughlin; treasurer, Thomas J. O'Donnell; recording secretary, James M. Garrow; statistician, Hugh Wallace; sergeant-at-arms, Wil. liam Jensen; membership committee, Thomas Fowler, George Macbeth, Michael Wolf; auditors, Thomas Hickey, A. W. Hunt, D. J. Murray; dele. gates to united trades, C. E. Conley, Howard Melancon, W. J. McLaughlin, John Shaffer, Joseph Wild, Michael Wolf.

Butte, Mont.-President, Edward Killfeather; vice-president, E. H. Atkins; secretary-treasurer, A. J. Rummel; recording secretary and JOURNAL correspondent, R. Hathaway; executive committee, Atkins, Cleaves, Dallas, Overand; investigating committee, Ebbage, Lee, Evans; auditing commit. tee, Hickox, McDermott, Batten; allied printing trades council, Killfeather, Nary, Lee (these also constitute the home industry committee); sick committee, Overand, Geraghty, Daly.

Chicago (I11.) Bohemian-President, Jan Teli. nek; vice-president, Richard Mejdrich; recording and corresponding secretary, V. M. Hlavka; finan. cial secretary, John Kubecek; committee on printing matter, Richard Mejurich, Charles Spatney, John Kubecek and Joseph Fik; organizer, Joseph Fik; delegates to allied trades council. Frank i'. Kostauer, Joseph Fik and Frank Lhotka; auditing committee. Stanislaw Sproc, Alois Chahipsky and Joseph Pollack; delegate to International Typographical Union convention, Frank J. Hora.

Chicago (I11.) Mailers-President, Florence Donoghue; vice-president, John P. Kinsley; recording and corresponding secretary. James P. McNichols; secretary-treasurer, William C. Burgess; sergeant-at-arms, Joseph Schmidt; auditing committee, Frank Lally, Louis Theman, Joseph Schmidt; organization committee, Florence Dono. ghue, Frank Lally, Charles S. Stevens; executive committee, Frank Fitzgerald, Albert Broman.

Chillicothe, Ohio, President, George Keller; vice-president. E. J. Hummel; secretary-treasurer, William Hansel; recording secretary, Lorne Rozell; sergeant-at-arms, Oliver Overly.

Columbus, Ohio, President, E. F. Heinrich; vice-president, John Hayden; secretary-treasurer, W. E. Bird; recording secretary, C. H. Titus; sergeant-at-arms, Samuel Comfort; conductor, Harry Foust; trustee, P. H. Mann.

Cumberland, Md.-President, J. E. Bramble; vice-president, T. R. Williams; secretary-treasurer, Joseph H. Wilson; sergeant-at-arms, C. W. Seaber.

Dayton, Ohio-President, John L. Bach; vice. president, Charles Fowler; recording secretary, Willard Barringer; secretarv-treasurer, John H. Chambers; reading clerk, Thomas W. Howard;

ELECTION OF OFFICERS. Adrian, Mich.-President, Carl Hickok; vicepresident, W. R. Hellems; secretary.treasurer, A. A. Wooten; recording secretary, F. H. Tuttle; sergeant-at-arms, C. E. Loomis.

Albany, N. Y.-President, William F. Campion; vice-president, Joseph E. Wiedman; recording and corresponding secretary, John M. Barnes; financial secretary, James Taylor; treasurer, John E. Moench; sergeant-at-arms, Philip F. Bray; dele. gates to International Typographical Union convention, John A. Boyle, James II. Crowley; alternates, William J. Donnelly and Robert Cahill; auditors, Eugene Ferris, A. Thompson and Nathan Kelley; trustees, M. J: O'Brien, J. W. Henderson and S. J. Coffey; delegates to central federation of labor, Charles H. Whittemore, George E. Dil. lon, R. A. Haines, W. G. Johnston, Thomas P. McMahon, II. F. Schiermeyer and George P. Wieland; delegates to label league, II. A. O'Con. nor, J. P. Byers, Charles McHugh, Thomas Bulger, George 1. Davis, Richard J. Foster, D. E. McGarr; delegates to allied trades council, Joseph Lederer, W. II. Coleman and A. G. McGarry: inspectors of election, Thomas P. Devlin, William Buchanan and Alexander V. McCann.

Asheville, N. C-President, C. W. Welborn; vice-president, James F. Barrett; secretary treasurer, H. C. Hull; sergeant-at-arms, W. T. Luns. ford.

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sergeant-at-arms, Robert Williams; executive board, J. E. Duncan, George Lindsay, William H. Slattery, William Bausbach, George Faig and Henry Keuping; trustees, Richard Common, Thomas W. Howard and Fred Volkert.

Denver, Colo.-President, E. S. Close; vicepresident, J. E. Seiler; recording and secretarytreasurer, F. C. Birdsall; trustees, W. H. Neighbor and F. L. Sanford; delegates to allied trades council, J. A. Conkle, Paul Dodge and A. E. Ott; sergeant-at-arms, Charles S. Semper; doorkeeper, J. in Tyres; delegates to Denver Trades and Labor Assembly, Harry Calkins, E. S. Close, George Eisler, A. P. Knill, Chester E. Martin, F. L. Pferdesteller and Fred P. Stowe; delegate to label league, George Allen.

Denver (Colo.) Mailers-President, John McLachlan; vice-president, S. Kantrowitz; secretarytreasurer, J. W. Menard.

Des Moines, Iowa-President, W. E. O'Bleness; vice-president, J. J. Jacobsen; financial secretary, W. D. Ferree: recording secretary, Mrs. E. Č. Randolph; reading clerk, J. H. Berger; International Typographical Union delegates, W. A. Needham, G. H. Krukenmeyer; alternates. R. W. Langdon, E. S. Campbell; delegates to Iowa Federation of Labor, J. A. McDonald, J. J. Dwyer; auditing committee, F. E. Harris, T. T. Fogarty,

H. Gruebel; executive committee, W. G. Waters, C. W. Brown, J. W. Corbin, C. A. Daniel, H. C. Wills; sergeant-at-arms, 0. V. Lundgren; doorkeeper, M. Ragan.

Dover, N. J.-President, Reuben I. Ayres; vice. president, Richard G. Tillyer; secretary-treasurer, Frank B. Gibbons; sergeant-at-arms, George Van Vladrickson.

Duluth, Minn.-President, Charles Kiene; vicepresident, H. Dworshak; secretary-treasurer, E. T. Hughes; recording secretary, H. N. Wilson; ser. geant-at-arms, Peter Simons; delegate to the state federation of labor, H. Dworshak.

Ely, Nev.-President, H. C. Reiley; vice-presi. dent, E. S. Meyers; secretary-treasurer, Fred C. Hagen; sergeant-at-arms, T. C. Greenhaigh.

Enid, Okla.-President, L. J. Pangle; vice-presi. dent, W. G. Baer; recording secretary, W. D. Anderson; sergeant-at-arms, W. J. Carr.

Fort Smith, Ark.-President, C. H. Miller; vicepresident, B. B. Boyd; recording secretary, S. A. Leming: secretary-treasurer, R. R. Barrett; audit. ing committee, S. A. Leming, A. B. Rhyne and Guy McDonald.

Franklin, Pa.-President, Thomas Cooke; vicepresident, A. L. Nuhn; financial secretary, A. L. Postance; recording secretary, E. L. McPherson; treasurer,

Thomas

Jenkins; sergeant-at-arms, George W. Bishop; trustees, C. W. Peck, L. F. Mercelliott and Frank Bennett. Grand Junction, Colo.- President, W.

W. Chandler; vice-president, Charles K. Holmberg; secretary-treasurer, Stanley T. Ray; recording sec; retary, Frank Hoisington; sergeant-at-arms, Fred Zeller.

Grand Rapids, Mich.-President, C. C. Gilleo; vice-president, W. B. Wilson; recording secretary, John Gibbs; secretary-treasurer, Dan Kelley.

Greensboro, N. C.-President, J. T. Perkins; vice-president. J. B. Clendenier; secretary-treas. urer, J. S. Pender; sergeant-at-arms, E. H. Crawford: executive committee, C. (). Beach, H. C. (urtis, E. H. Crawford, H. W. Sinclair, W. H. Fisher; auditing committee, H. C. Curtis, J. D. May and A. J. Williams.

Greeley, Colo.-President, A. B. Slade; vice. president, W. H. Inman; secretary-treasurer, O. L. Altvater; sergeant-at-arms, C. G. Henring; delegate, W. B. Drennen; alternate, R. B. McDermott.

Greenville. Pa.-President, C. B. Robinson; vice. president, Stephen Allen; secretary-treasurer, Frank Scott; sergeant-at-arms, A. K. Roberts; auditing committee, F. W. Moser, Mrs. R. A. Porter, Florence Mertz.

Hackensack, N. J.-President, G. W. Grath.

wohl; vice-president, G. M. Dell; secretary-treas. urer, Alfred Kastner; recording secretary, E. L. Allen; sergeant-at-arms, J. M. Davis; auditing committee, J. W. Binkerhoff, F. R. Kurzenknabe, J. M. Davis.

Ilartford, Conn.-President, R. E. Pyne; vicepresident, F. L. Brabazon; financial and corresponding secretary, S. T. Pfund; recording secretary, S. N. Bartlett; treasurer, 0. A. Miles; sergeant-at-arms, J. E. Flanigan; executive committee, B. Wright, C. N. Knox, F. L. Brabazon, E. J. Marshall and T. F. Mullen.

Houston, Texas-President, E. C. Griscom; vicepresident, C. G. Lee; secretary-treasurer, Guy C. Harris; recording secretary, W. E. Merritt; reading clerk, C. W. Buhler; sergeants-at-arms, J. S. Swope and G. F. Tucker; executive committee, C. F. Dealy, W. T. Montgomery, S. C. Young; board of trustees, R. T. Bibb, G. S. Smith; delegates to labor council, Max Andrew, W. J. Kohlhauff, W. L. Love, F. B. McCurdy; auditing committee, Lee Adams, L. F. Bookman, Arthur Heavin; delegates

International Typographical Union, T. II. Brown, Tom C. Millis; alternates, K. E. Choate, C. G. Lee; delegate to business league, Walter Nail; delegates to allied trades council, H. R. Grubb, George McGinnis, A. R. McBeth.

Jackson, Mich.-President, James C. Welch; vice-president, James G. Hauley; financial secretary, James O. Harvey; treasurer, J. Fred Davis; sergeant-at-arms, F. E. White; executive commit. tee, F. A. Gallagher, J. 0. Jenkins, I. B. Rich, J. V. Quirk, J. E. Ilunt; auditing committee, I. B. Rich, William Bailey, J. E. Hunt; delegates to trades council, J. G. Hauley, I. B. Rich and J. C. Welch.

Jamestown, 'N. Y.-President, Samuel J. Willets; vice-president, Charles E. New; secretarytreasurer, Louis E. Ruden; recording secretary, Fred W. Dewey; sergeant-at-arms, Clair Dunn; delegate to state allied printing trades council, Sanuel J. Willets.

Kansas City, Mo.-President, Ford A. Allen; vice-president, H. P. Berkshire; secretary-treasurer, A. A. Duke; recording secretary, Ed F. Addison; sergeant-at-arms, W. S. Johnston; delegates to International Typographical Union convention, Ray J. Kincaid and O. P. Weakley; executive committee, R. L. Alexander, Schuyler C. Kelly, G. B. McMullen, J. S. Shryock, C. (). Schultz, W. M. Thayer and R. C. Thomson; auditing committee, J. B. De Wolf, K. V. Snorf and Ed Yantis.

Lawton, Okla.-President, S. C. Chatham; vicepresident,

Stanley; recording secretary, James H. Timmons; secretary-treasurer, Henry L. Corey; sergeant-at-arms, Allan McMaster.

Lewiston, Idaho-President, Charles R. Leary; vice-president, William A. Bessler; secretary treasurer, Lloyd R. Blair; executive committee, W. F. Dunlap, Charles Scheere, J. J. Caswell, L. H. Willetts and W. A. Bessler; auditing committee, W. F. Dunlap, L. H. Willetts and W. A. Bessler.

Logansport, Ind.- President, A. J. West; vice. president, Fred Freeman; recording secretary, J. B. Cory; financial secretary, Henry W. Peters; sergeant-at-arms, D. L. Bush.

Los Angeles, Cal.-President, C. L. Howe; vicepresident, H. H. Eads; secretary-treasurer, G. W. Bowman; sergeant-at-arms, J. C. Tunnell; board of directors. H. J. Harper, J. P. Lees, N. W. Young; application committee, H. G. Heidelberg, Jacob A. Smith, Nelson P. Young: auditing committee, R. A. Nelgner, John A. Smith, C. Stamps; International Typographical l'nion delegate, F. P. Rowe; alternate, F M. Baldauf; delegates to allied trades council, J. M. Byrne, W. (. Ilarris, W. T. Phillips; delegates to central labor council, E. Ferguson, B. C. Robinson, G. M. Thorne.

Marshalltown, Iowa-President, Emil Seleine; vice-president, Charles Berg: Secretary-treasurer, F. E. Corbin; sergeant-at-arms. Gertrude Penning. ton; executive committee, W. F. Long, Fred Schlater, William Swander.

McAlester, Okla.-President, Pittman Hinds;

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